Hanbo Shim is a doctoral candidate who began the program in Fall 2016. His research broadly focuses on topics from both organizational behavior and human resource research, such as the within-person structure of job performance as well as the dynamic relationship between compensation and performance. He also conducts research in how employee emotion and interpersonal relationship influence performance within teams. His work has been presented in leading management conferences, such as the Academy of Management and International HRM Network. In August 2020, he received the Best Student Convention Paper Award from the Academy of Management's Human Resources Division and the Best Student Conference Paper Award for the Samsung Economic Research Institute scholarship from Association of Korean Management Scholars.
Before joining the program, Hanbo earned his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics (Double majors) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He had previously worked at the Korea Research Institute of Vocational Education and Training (KRIVET) in Korea, the primary human resource research institute under the Prime Minister Office of South Korea.
- Dynamic performance and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB)
- Dynamic relationship between compensation and performance
- Workplace emotions and interpersonal relationships